When do Starbucks Christmas drinks come out in 2021?

COFFEE fans don't have long to wait until Starbucks launches its festive drinks menu for this year.

The US chain has revealed new flavours for 2021, including caramel waffle latte and fudge brownie hot chocolate.

Starbucks fans eagerly await the launch of the popular pumpkin spiced latte each year, but once Halloween is out of the way it's all about the festive favourites.

The coffee shop giant is adding two brand new flavours for 2021, as well as bringing back three popular drinks from last year.

When will Starbucks Christmas drinks be available in the UK?

The Christmas drinks menu will be available in stores from tomorrow.

You can find your nearest Starbucks store online and the drinks will also be available to order for delivery from November 4.

If you're keen to try the drinks out, sooner you can get early access to the new flavours today by downloading the Starbucks app.

The app can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play.

This will let you order ahead and pay in advance, so you just need to grab your drink when you get to your nearest outlet.

What is on the Starbucks UK Christmas drinks menu in 2021?

Customers will have two new Christmas drinks to choose from as well as three old favourites.

The caramel waffle latte is a new menu item, and comes with a waffle sauce and is topped with caramel whipped cream and a spiced caramel waffle crunch topping.

The new fudge brownie hot chocolate is a mix of mocha with a biscuit flavour sauce, topped with mocha whipped cream and drizzle, and sprinkled with fudge.

Starbucks said the usual festive favourites including toffee nut, gingerbread and eggnog lattes will also be back.

Prices start at £3.45 for a tall coffee, which is a regular size, but the cost will vary depending on the store's location.

What Christmas drinks were available at Starbucks last year?

This year's menu is slightly different compared to last year, but some festive favourites are making a comeback.

The toffee nut latte, gingerbread latte and eggnog latte were all available in 2020.

But the truffle deluxe hot chocolate has disappeared from the menu – and been replaced by the fudge brownie flavour.

The drinks were also slightly cheaper last year, too, with prices starting at £3.10.

Is the Starbucks US festive menu different to the UK?

UK fans will miss out on a selection of drinks that are only available stateside.

The US chain is planning to bring back its peppermint mocha, caramel brulee latte, chestnut praline latte, toasted white chocolate mocha and Irish cream cold brew to its American stores.

It's also expected to launch a sugar cookie almond milk latte when its US menu hits branches from tomorrow.

Rival coffee chain Costa has launched its Christmas menu today and it includes Quality Street flavoured lattes.

You can also get your hands on a pig in blanket panini and a mac and cheese toastie.

There's more treats on offer for pigs in blanket fans at Morrisons, which is selling a baguette filled with the sausage and bacon snack.

The supermarket has also launched a cheese board sandwich, and a classic turkey lunch option.


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